Doctor Strange

The spells of Doctor Strange are made up of peculiar words, and rightly so, for the Sorcerer Supreme in the Marvel Universe.  His incantations and word have changed with time. Read on to find out more. Read on to find out about his peculiar laptop password.

Doctor Strange
Doctor Strange

The words of Doctor Strange in the times gone by

Sorcerer Supreme
Sorcerer Supreme

Doctor Strange used a lot of words earlier that either don’t make an appearance now or do so very rarely. His words have changed ‏to befit the times. In case any of the fans were missing his older phrases and words, DoctorStrange#20 brings back one of his older phrases with such cleverness. It makes an impact without stealing the show.

The phrase that will incite nostalgia

The phrase that will incite nostalgia
The phrase that will incite nostalgia

The more ardent Doctor Strange fans will remember the phrase ‘Curse me for a novice’. It was something that Stephen Strange used so often in the past that it was almost a catchphrase. He would utter it when he made silly mistakes. Since modern times have done away with catchphrases for superheroes, it is no surprise that we don’t see this phrase much anymore. In DoctorStrange#20, Strange pulls out his laptop to do some research on surgical science. Bats, the talking ghost dog, expresses surprise on learning that Doctor Strange possesses a computer. Doctor Strange reveals the password to him and tells him that he trusts him with it since he has no thumbs. The password to the laptop, as revealed by Strange, is CurseMe4ANovice. That is such a fantastic way to bring back the phrase in a subtle manner.

The adventures of Doctor Strange will continue in the next installment ‘Doctor Strange: Surgeon Supreme’. This Marvel Comic by Mark Waid and Kev Walker will be on sale in December. The movie Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness will be released on May 7, 2021.

Which other phrases would you love to see Doctor Strange using again? Let us know in ‏the comments section below!

Source: CBR, CNET

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